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Ali Aslam, Azulina Green ’17, and Savannah Harriman-Pote ’20, "Co-ops at the University: Lessons from Mo'Coffee," paper presented at the Association for Cooperative Educators Annual Conference, Denver, CO, July 18-20, 2017

Brodie R., *B. Roberts , *J. Espinosa, *K. Heilman , S. Borgianini, J. Welch , K. Reinsel. 2017. Seasonal and latitudinal variations in the energy reserves of the mud fiddler crab Uca pugnax: implications for the response to climate change. Aquatic Biology 26:113-123.
*indicates undergraduate coauthor

Jiang, Y., Minett, M., Hazen, E., Wang, W., Alvarez, C., Griffin, J., Nancy, J., & Chen, W. (2022) New Insights into Spin Coating of Polymer Thin Films in Both Wetting and Nonwetting Regimes. Langmuir, 38(41), 12702–12710. DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.2c02206

Kahlson M.** and Colodner K.J.. (2016) Glial tau pathology in tauopathies: Functional consequences. Journal of Experimental Neuroscience, 9(Suppl 2):43-50. [invited review]
**denotes Mount Holyoke College undergraduate student

A paper authored by Corey Flanders, alum Saachi Khanpur, and student Rose Fitzgerald on intersectional stigma and sexual health among sexual and gender minority women was recently published in Current Sexual Health Reports. 

Flanders, C. E., Khandpur, S., & Fitzgerald, R. (2022). Intersectional stigma and sexual health among sexual and gender minority women. Current Sexual Health Reports, 14, 190-199. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11930-022-00338-7

A paper led by Corey Flanders and alums, Mya Wright and Saachi Khanpur, on experiences of sexual violence among an intersectional sample of young bi+ people was recently published in the Journal of Bisexuality.

Flanders, C. E., Wright, M. N., Khandpur, S., Kuhn, S. K., Anderson, R. E., Robinson, M., & VanKim, N. (2022). A quantitative intersectional exploration of sexual violence and mental health among bi+ people: Looking within and across race and gender. Journal of Bisexuality, 22(4), 485-512. https://doi.org/10.1080/15299716.2022.2116515

David Hernández, Serin Houston, Avery Allen ’20, and Sofia Rivera ’18. (2018). Entrapped: Visiting Migrant Detainees in Western Massachusetts. Latino Studies 16, 250-258.

Amelia Malpas ’22 and Adam Hilton, "Retreating from Redistribution? Trends in Democratic Party Fidelity to Economic Equality, 1984-2020," paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 14-18, 2021

Hoopes, M.F., D.M. Marsh, K.H. Beard, N. Goldberg, A. Aparicio*, A. Arbuthnot*, B. Hixon*, D. Laflower*, L. Lee*, A. Little, E. Mooney, A. Pallette, A. Ravenscraft, S. Scheele*, K. Stowe, C. Sykes*, R. Watson*, B. Yang*. 2013. Invasive plants in U.S. National Wildlife Refuges: a coordinated research project with undergraduate ecology students. BioScience 63:644-656.
* indicates undergraduate author